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UK employees do £30,000-worth of work during lunch breaks

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The funeral will take place on Thursday

War veteran to receive fitting send-off after public appeal

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Colne Town Council have taken over management of the Grade II listed building.

Colne Town Hall given new lease of life

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Labour's deputy leader County Coun John Fillis highlights the problem of roads where marking will not be renewed

Halving Lancashire's road signs budget will cost lives warning

Politics

Bernie is top dog!

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Harry returns to village flooded by 2015 storm to check recovery progress

Environment

Fire crews tackle outbuilding blaze

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Burnley 10k handed sponsorship boost

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Towneley Park

Towneley Park needs your votes

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The North West Air Ambulance has received a cheque for 750 as part of the proceeds from a Musical Extravaganza concert held in Padiham

Music notes helped to raise pound notes for charity

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Lancashire's railways through the lens

Transport
The money is designated as a cost recovery fee to reimburse police forces

Money collected by police from speeding drivers on courses rises by nearly a third

Transport
Many would like to see tougher action against those who cycle aggressively

Tougher penalties backed for those who break rules of the road, survey shows

Transport
Traffic jams on the UK's major roads could reach a peak next month

Traffic jams on major roads expected to hit peak in November

Transport
The GLC model is one of many affected

Air bag concerns force Mercedes-Benz recall

Transport

Former Lancashire policeman jailed for secretly filming sex encounters with seven women

Crime
The 33-year-old defendant was fined 120.

"Hot-head" charged after racist rant at police

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Burnley Magistrates' Court

Drunk woman kicked police officer

Crime
The 46-year-old admitted to the charges.

Colne mother's £7,000 housing benefit fraud

Crime

Nearly one in 10 pupils took term-time holidays in last year

Education
Loans could be written off

Threshold hike for student loan repayments could see 75% written off

Education
Pupils celebrate their school's success

Headteacher praised for transforming school

Education

University robots to improve the care of older people, patients and autistic children

Education
Mark Taft (left) with apprentices.

Nelson & Colne College chef initiative claims national award

Business

UK employees do £30,000-worth of work during lunch breaks

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Labour's deputy leader County Coun John Fillis highlights the problem of roads where marking will not be renewed

Halving Lancashire's road signs budget will cost lives warning

Politics
Lenders have been tweaking the rates they are offering upwards in recent weeks

Could your finances withstand rising mortgage rates?

Business
View from the base of St Walburges church steeple, looking down on Fylde Junction and the northern exit from Preston station in July 2009. This area was the site of the old Preston steam loco shed which was destroyed by fire in 1961

Lancashire's railways through the lens

Transport

Halving Lancashire's road signs budget will cost lives warning

Politics
Parliamentary boundaries are set to change

Pendle to be carved up in radical boundary proposals

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Burnley MP Julie Cooper, Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans and Pendle MP Andrew Stephenson will see their constituencies change

Ballot box carve up and fewer MPs on the cards

Politics
The Government has been accused of double standards

Row breaks out over house building policy

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Across the UK, 35 million plastic bottles and 20 million aluminium cans are sold every day

Councils could save £35m from cashback schemes for bottles and cans

Environment

Harry returns to village flooded by 2015 storm to check recovery progress

Environment
The walk will placethis Sunday, October22nd.

Ribble Rivers Trust's new walk route

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Take a look at the amazing images competing for Wildlife Photographer of Year

Offbeat
Cottages.com has a 15-year partnership with the RSPB.

Earby company helps raise £1m with the RSPB

Environment

Ask an expert: Why has my husband been so bad tempered and stressed since our baby was born?

Health
Most still feel youthful because they have a positive outlook on life

Brits are not officially 'over the hill' until the age of 83

Health
(From left) Jeff Cortez (Lending Services Assistant), Steve Robinson (Head Of Lending), and Elsa Parker (Senior Underwriter).

In the bank: Nelson runner raises for British Heart Foundation

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Public Health England (PHE) has issued advice

Don't prepare food for 48 hours to avoid spreading vomiting bug, sufferers told

Health
Be brave and don't shave this December.

Decembeard: North West ready to tackle bowel cancer

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